L. Frank Baum

If your first thought when you saw the name L. Frank Baum was of The Wizard of Oz, it makes a lot of sense.  Dorothy and her friends are likely his most famous characters.  But Oz is not the only world in which he wrote, and Dorothy and her friends are not the only characters L. Frank Baum shared with readers.

American Fairy Tales is a collection of stories he wrote that were originally printed in five major newspapers in March through May of 1901.  The collection includes a story with a theme that as taken on a variety of forms in books, television, and movies in the century plus since this collection was first written, “The Dummy That Lived” features a department store mannequin come to life.

Copies of American Fairy Tales have been added to the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library.  The first 100 people to sign up should receive a free copy added to their Kindle Library.  To sign up, click this link, and follow the prompts at the Amazon page.  Once you have joined the CheerUp.Fun Free eBook Library, as recommended books are selected and shared during the month, they will be added to your Kindle Library.

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